No Limit (G-Mix)
Usher Feat. Master P, Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane & A$AP Ferg
Well here’s an unexpected treat to kick start the weekend. Out of nowhere, Usher decides to liberate the new G-mix to his smash hit “No Limit” featuring Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, A$AP Ferg, Gucci Mane, and even Master P, who as you know inspired the song. The original record, which featured Young Thug, is expected to see life on Usher’s forthcoming album Flawed, which is dropping this Fall. Take a listen this monster new remix and let us know who laid down the best verse?
Master P Feat. Ace B, MoeRoy & J Slugg
ICYMI, Master P is hopping on the hip hop biopic wave with a self-directed film about the rise of No Limit Records. No word on how that's coming along, but this afternoon Master P and the No Limit Boys make a movie in the streets with their new single "FENESSEN".
Bout It Gorillaz
After dropping a new single, "Bang Bang," featuring Pusha T, Sheek Louch is back with another freestyle.
Compton Menace Feat. Master P & Eastwood
Compton Menace has proved himself very capable of crafting classic West Coast rap while keeping a foot in the sounds of today. His latest, "Street Corner," is yet another example of such, with a mean-mugged but very soulful hook, and a very special guest verse in Master P.
Money Mafia Feat. Versaci Slim
On 4/20, the Money Mafia crew dropped their latest mixtape, Hustlin, and now they're already getting ready to roll out their next project. Today, we have the pleasure of premiering the first track from it, "Bonita."
Turk Feat. Master P
Turk continues to keep the streets fed. Tonight, the former Hot Boy decides to link up with another New Orleans OG in Master P for the remix to “Wodie”.
Master P Feat. Lil Wayne, Gangsta & Ace B
No Limit and Cash Money were two of the most influential labels in not only southern rap, but hip hop in general. Master P and Lil Wayne, who have come to represent the face of each respective label, have decided to make history today by coming together for the first time on a brand new song.
All I Wanted 2 Be Was A Soldier (Master P Diss)
C-Murder's career came to halt after the rapper was incarcerated for the second-degree murder of Steve Thomas, earning himself a life sentence behind bars. On this new track, he takes aim (not literally, we hope) at his brother Master P, a man Murder claims to have been his "hero" before incarceration. Apparently, Murder feels that P assassinated his character in interviews.
Master P Feat. Eastwood & Travis Kr8ts
Master P is 20 years strong in the game, but yet continues to push out hot new records. Last month, the No Limit boss dropped off an Eastwood & Travis Kr8tz-featured cut titled “Don’t Trust Em”, and today he’s back with the same two artists for his newest single “Too Real”, which will live on his upcoming album, Ice Cream Man 2.
Dont Trust 'Em
Master P Feat. Travis Kr8ts, Eastwood & Gangsta
Master P is 20 years strong in the game, but yet continues to push out hot new records. A couple days ago we heard Master P’s latest offering off his upcoming album with “Bond Money” featuring Caddy Da Don & Travis Kr8ts.
Master P Feat. Caddy Da Don & Travis Kr8ts
Master P is 20 years strong in the game, but yet continues to push out hot new records. A couple weeks ago we heard Master P’s first offering off his upcoming album with “Work” featuring Kr8ts.
Master P Feat. Travis Kr8ts, Gangsta & Playbeezy
Master P built an empire in the 90s, collecting a group of exciting artists under the No Limit label. Despite it's massive success, things slowed down for the label due to lawsuits, and it eventually folded in 2003.
Master P Feat. Travis Kr8ts
As he announced with the release of the track "Goin Through Some Thangs" earlier this month, Master P will be putting out the sequel to his platinum-certified 1996 album, Ice Cream Man, later this year.
What The Business Is
Master P Feat. Clyde Carson & Eastwood
Master P is showing no signs of slowing down. After hitting us with his latest release “Going Through Some Thangs” yesterday, Percy returns today with another new track titled “What The Business Is” featuring Clyde Carson & Eastwood. This hard knockin' DJ Mustard-produced cut will live on Master P's upcoming album West Coast Bad Boyz’, which is expected to drop later this year. Give it a listen, and let us know your thoughts on it.
Going Through Some Thangs
Master P will return later this year with the sequel to his first platinum album, 1996's Ice Cream Man. He's just shared the first single from the project, "Going Through Some Thangs," and it's a certifiable banger. Over a trap-influenced instrumental, P opens up about the problems that plague his personal life, admitting that Biggie was right when he said, "Mo money, mo problems."
Clyde Carson Feat. Master P
Clyde Carson continues with another strong leak off the forthcoming Playboy album. The other week we heard the stand-out leak "Tell That Bitch Drive" featuring Game. This followed up the DJ Mustard-produced "Bring Em Out." Today we've got yet another leak, which features Master P, "Mile Away."
Master P Feat. Future & Eastwood
Master P drops off a cut with Future and Eastwood that didn't make the final cut of his latest album The Gift, which is available on iTunes now. This one's produced by 1500 Or Nothin. Quotable Lyrics
God Forgive Us
Master P Feat. The Game & Nipsey Hussle
Master P dropped his new album, The Gift, today. The album which he dubbed a "Limited Edition Gold Album" comes with a golden ticket inside (hard copy obviously), and a lottery will be held on Dec. 23rd to draw the lucky ticket that will win $10k. On top of this, all proceeds from the LP go to toy drives for underprivileged kids this holiday season.
Make Em Say Ugh (Freestyle)
Chase N. Cashe
After leaking a new track titled 'I Can Do That' yesterday, New Orleans emcee/producer Chase N. Cashe offers this new freestyle over Master P’s essential "Make Em Say Ugh" instrumental. The aforementioned track will be included on an upcoming EP titled "Cashe Rules", which he'll be releasing in collaboration with Scion AV on December 12th. Thoughts?
Master P Feat. Rick Ross
Give Two Three a spin - it's a new offering from Master P, featuring Rick Ross. It was dropped on Wednesday, November 20th, 2013. Master P's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Two Three. His ever-expanding catalogue is definitely better for it, and we're looking forward to the next piece of the puzzle - aren't you?